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Toll-free SkyPath could be going ahead

September 25, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Cyclists could be commuting from the city to the North Shore via the Auckland Harbour Bridge for free, now the SkyPath has been promised funding from the Labour party. The $33 million project has been put on hold [Read More]

Transport policy breaches rules

September 11, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Earlier last month, the National Party launched its transport policy at the Papakura train station, a move which Auckland Transport (AT) says breaches their regulations. Due to a last-minute venue change, National’s Auckland transport policy launch quickly [Read More]

Greens announce free public transport for students

September 11, 2017 0

By Nikki Papatsoumas The Green Party has announced it will offer free public transport to all tertiary students ahead of this year’s general elections. As part of the policy, the party announced it would launch a youth ‘Green Card’ which would [Read More]

Woodroofe wins ASA Presidency

September 11, 2017 0

By Mackenzie Dyer After a somewhat turbulent year for the Albany Student’s Association, the student body has spoken and named Jason Woodroofe as their new president for 2018.  It does not take long to realise Jason is a passionate politics major, [Read More]

Outgoing Skipper positive for future

September 11, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Nominations have now closed for the 2018 Massey University Students Association (MUSA) presidency and while she still has a few more weeks at the top, current president Nikita Skipper is pleased with the candidate selection. “I’m chuffed [Read More]

Ultimate frisbee catching on at Massey

September 11, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse For those adverse to Rugby and Netball, there is another sport gaining traction at Massey and it’s in the shape of a disc. The Massey University Disc Club has undertaken some serious projects to promote the sport [Read More]

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